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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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He said the station manager would be "reinstructed."
For example, a station move often coincides with screens being repainted, cleaned, or replaced, new instruments installed, and observers being reinstructed about their practices.
"I believe Athens," he said, "has reinstructed the Olympic movement in staging the Games."
We had fewer, but as a lawyer I suppose that one of the chief things that you learn about, as the Supreme Court this very week once again reinstructed us, you learn about the importance of continuities.
Narayan Singh got to his feet with a laugh and a yawn, and went to dance attendance on Ayisha, while Grim reinstructed Yussuf regarding the ease with which the British could impound his Jaffa property; but though I listened to all that, and heard Yussuf's vows of fidelity -- heard him promise to reverse his former report and spread rumors in Ali's camp of a British army getting ready to advance -- the prospect to me looked gloomier and gloomier.
The Lion of Petra Talbot Mundy 1909